A German Shepherd Who Had To Fill His Stomach With Rope To Not Starve Is Now Looking For A Loving Home

This dog had a very complicated past that he tries to forget today thanks to the dedication of the members of the shelter. Extremely thin when he arrived, he regained the hair of the beast, but has still not reached his ideal weight.

Chief is a 2-year-old German Shepherd who has had a tough life. His nickname suits him. He indeed has the strength and resilience of a leader.

the association Cheltenham and East Gloucestershire RSPCA Branchlocated in England, was contacted for help a few months ago. The poor animal had nothing else to chew on than a rope. Her survival instinct pushed her to gnaw it and eat it so as not to starve.

Of course, this substitute meal did not provide him with the nutrients he needed and improved damage in his digestive tract. When he arrived at the shelter, he was very thin and needed to regain his strength.

Illustration of the article: A German Shepherd who had to fill his stomach with rope to not starve is now looking for a loving home
Cheltenham and East Gloucestershire RSPCA Branch

Get back on top with the help of his rescuers

The inspectors of the RSPCA arrived on time, but Chief needed urgent surgery. A piece of rope had indeed lodged in his stomach.

Fortunately, the operation went well. “He was quite bad, but with a lot of care, attention and many regular meals, he is now putting on weight”a spokesperson for the association told the Mirror.

Chief was also identified and vaccinated. He will be sterilized as soon as he has regained an ideal weight. In the meantime, the brave pooch receives all the affection and support of the volunteers.

Illustration of the article: A German Shepherd who had to fill his stomach with rope to not starve is now looking for a loving home
Cheltenham and East Gloucestershire RSPCA Branch

Like many dogs who arrive in shelters, Chief was not very well dressed. But thanks to the investment of educators, he has already come a long way. ‘Boss is a very playful boy and now he’s regaining his strength, he’s enjoying energetic play sessions with his caregivers, who have to keep a very close eye on him as he tends to grab and chew on anything’explained the spokesperson.

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Illustration of the article: A German Shepherd who had to fill his stomach with rope to not starve is now looking for a loving home
Cheltenham and East Gloucestershire RSPCA Branch

Today, the German Shepherd is ready to start his new life. The RSPCA is looking for the ideal masters for this endearing dog. “Boss has the potential to be a wonderful companion with kind, yet clear and consistent adopters who can meet his needs”specified the refuge on the presentation sheet.

The canine must indeed continue its training plan in order to be well in its paws, but one thing is certain, it will no longer know hunger.

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